Quake Soundtrack (

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Mankind discovers the secret of 'slipgates' called teleporters. However, they're misused by some strange force code-named 'Quake', which uses the slipgates to send hordes of warriors to earth to take over the whole world.

A marine special unit, to which you belong, is instructed to seek and kill 'Quake' and his minions - somehow 'Quake' knew about the plan and erased the whole unit - except for - surprise! - you.

You throw a round of shells into the shotgun, sharpen your axe and engage to the strange and ancient worlds of 'Quake's realm.

You learn that 'Quake' is actually Shub-Niggurath, a hideous demon and witch-goddess, and that the monsters are her breed!

You decide to collect the four runes of magic to find Shub and kick his god-forsaken ass!

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Hollow Life
Make Me Bad
Falling Away from Me
Freak On a Leash
My Generation
My Way
Livin' It Up
Take A Look Around
Break Stuff
No Sex
Push It
-1 - Live at Seahawk Stadium, Seattle, WA - August 2003
Tear Away
Walking Thru Barbed Wire
Life Is A Bullet
She Loves Me Not
Between Angels And Insects
Blood Brothers
The Beautiful People
The Love Song
The Fight Song
Disposable Teens
The Death Song
Lamb Of God
The Dope Show
I Want To Disappear
Get Your Gunn
Wait and Bleed
Spit It Out
Knife Prty
7 Words
Breaking the Habit
Points of Authority
A Place for My Head
Pushing Me Away
We Are The End
We Are The Sound
Rough Hands
Self Esteem
Gone Away
Note to Self
New Noise
Robots 3 Humans 0

User reviews

Amanda Wilson

The haunting melodies and eerie tones in the Quake soundtrack create a sense of foreboding and anticipation, perfectly complementing the otherworldly setting of the game.

William Lee

The adrenaline-pumping beats and aggressive melodies in certain tracks fuel my determination to confront 'Quake' and his minions head-on.

Margaret Moore

The Quake soundtrack perfectly captures the intense and dark atmosphere of the game, immersing me in the world of ancient and mysterious realms.

Brian Perez

Overall, the Quake soundtrack is a masterful blend of atmospheric soundscapes and energetic rhythms that enhance the storytelling and gameplay, making it an essential part of the gaming experience.

Ronald Adams

The music in Quake often feels disconnected from the action on screen, failing to enhance the sense of urgency or danger during intense battles. It lacks the dynamic range needed to elevate the gameplay moments to new heights.

Joseph Clark

The soundtrack's dynamic range and composition reflect the diverse and otherworldly environments I explore, from ancient ruins to futuristic facilities.

Richard Hill

The overall quality of the sound effects and music in Quake is subpar compared to other games of its time. The lack of memorable tracks or standout compositions leaves the player feeling underwhelmed and disengaged from the game's atmospheric world-building.

Charles Campbell

The dynamic and varied compositions in the Quake soundtrack elevate the gaming experience, adding layers of depth and emotion to the intense action sequences.

Anthony Roberts

The soundtrack of Quake lacks diversity and fails to capture the intensity and darkness of the game's storyline. It feels repetitive and uninspired, making the gameplay experience less immersive.

Nancy Campbell

The industrial and metallic tones in some tracks mirror the cold and mechanical nature of the enemy forces, adding a sense of urgency and danger to the gameplay experience.

Stephanie White

The eerie and haunting melodies in the soundtrack enhance the sense of foreboding and tension as I navigate through the treacherous realms of 'Quake'.

Charles Williams

Overall, the soundtrack of Quake is a masterful blend of atmospheric, intense, and immersive music that enhances the gaming experience and keeps me engaged throughout the journey to confront Shub-Niggurath.

James Phillips

The use of ambient sounds and subtle rhythms creates a sense of unease and unpredictability, keeping me on edge during intense combat encounters.

Joseph Nelson

The incorporation of dissonant chords and discordant harmonies evokes a sense of chaos and supernatural energy, heightening the sense of dread and excitement.

Kenneth Wilson

The soundtrack of Quake perfectly captures the dark and intense atmosphere of the game, immersing me into the world of mysterious slipgates and demonic forces.

Andrew Smith

The music in Quake enhances the adrenaline-pumping gameplay, keeping me on edge and fully engaged in the battle against Shub-Niggurath and her minions.

Andrew Smith

The atmospheric soundscapes in the soundtrack provide a sense of isolation and desolation, reinforcing the idea that I am alone against overwhelming odds.